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|14th July 2009, 04:45||#16|
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Great finds is all that I can say.
And as far as both the Impalas go, the first one looks real macho, while the blue one's curvy detailing makes it occur a bit feminine. Just loved the way they've been kept.
P.S. Although I don't understand the language, the number plate on the blue Impala looks neat.
|14th July 2009, 13:19||#18|
The first car is Chevrolet Caprice Classic 1987 model, very reliable car, still I have one similar model. You will find lot of Caprice, Buicks, Pontaic, Fords cars on roads in KSA. The other one is sure Impala, beauty of its own, neat car with all original things and in running condition. The number plates were in Arabic, local standard, now recently introduce number plates were in English and Arabic. Will post more interesting pictures of classic, exotic cars in Jeddah.
|16th July 2009, 13:08||#20|
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WOW Amazing looks like a museum, cars in great shape. What is the car in the second pictue next to the Caddy.
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